Partners

Essex County Council

We work closely with Essex County Council (ECC) for several reasons:

  • To ensure we share messaging
  • To be within guidelines and expectations of our work
  • To get involved with health and wellbeing boards run by ECC
  • To work with our local Public Health representatives to improve our services

Visit the Health page on the Essex County Council website for more information.

Essex Partnership Hospital Trust

Since 1 April 2017, North Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (NEP) and South Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (SEPT) have merged. They are now known as the Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (EPUT).

They provide a large number of our:

  • local community health
  • mental health
  • learning disability services

Want to get in touch with them or have your say on their services? Visit the EPUT website for more information.

Healthwatch Essex

Healthwatch Essex offers an independent voice for people in Essex to discuss their experiences of health and social care. They also ensure they listen and respond to people.

They provide an information service to help people access, understand and navigate the health and social care system. We work closely with them to try to use their learning to put our service users and their needs first.

Visit the Healthwatch Essex website for more information about their services.

Princess Alexandra Hospital Trust

One of our key partners is Princess Alexandra Hospital Trust (PAHT), which includes:

  • Princess Alexandra Hospital
  • St Margaret’s Hospital
  • Herts and Essex Hospital

We work closely with them as they provide our local acute facility and a number of outpatient services.

Visit the Princess Alexandra Hospital website for more information about their services.